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Commissioner Jay Monahan smiling in a Mask at the TOUR Championship



“The well-being for everyone on site and our Maui community is our No. 1 priority, and the PGA TOUR has a proven track record in regards to health and safety, having successfully returned to competition in June. We’ll continue to work diligently with national, state and local governments and health officials alongside the TOUR to bring a successful tournament to the Maui community in January. We are so proud to be leading the way in returning world-class events to Hawaii.”

- Sentry Tournament of Champions, Executive Director, Alex Urban


Welcome back PGA TOUR Fans!

The health and safety of all associated with the PGA TOUR and our global community continues to be our No. 1 priority. An extensive set of COVID-19 health and safety measures developed in conjunction with CDC guidelines have been implemented to promote a safe environment and quality experience on the golf course. This includes the three Ws: Wear a Mask, Watch Your Distance, and Wash Your Hands. It takes the steadfast participation of everyone on-site to ensure a safe environment for our guests, players, caddies, volunteers and staff.

Safe Travels to Maui

The State of Hawaii Safe Travels Hawaii program is a multi-layered process designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the Hawaii community. The enhanced entry into Hawaii includes pre-travel testing program, the Mandatory State of Hawaii Travel and Health Form and temperature screening at all Hawaii airports upon arrival. The state of Hawaii will only accept Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) from a certified Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) lab results from trusted testing and travel partners.

A 14-day mandatory quarantine will be required for trans-Pacific travelers arriving WITHOUT a confirmed negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before departure of the final leg of their trip to Hawaii. Travelers will not be able to obtain a Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) upon arrival at any Hawaii airport. 

Social Distancing

It is important that everyone on-site practices social distancing in order to help maintain a safe environment. While on-site, pay attention to visual and verbal cues for capacity, directional flow and viewing area guidelines. Social distancing will lead the way.

Masks/Face Coverings

Masks are required at the Sentry Tournament of Champions at all times, both indoors and outdoors, with limited exceptions. Exceptions include:

  • Medical Conditions that make wearing a mask difficult
  • Children under the age of 2
  • While actively eating or drinking

Guests should bring their own CDC approved face covering or cloth mask from home. Rule 5 of the County of Maui, Public Health Emergency Proclamation, defines unpermitted masks or facial coverings as masks with exposed external valves, neck gaiters, bandanas, and face shields without permitted mask underneath. Permitted masks or facial coverings include masks that completely cover the nose and mouth, have two or more layers of washable breathable fabric, and fit snugly against the sides of your face without gaps. Pleated, multi-layer masks are allowed.

Masks will be provided by the tournament to those guests who do not bring their own. Masks should fit snugly around the sides of the face and cover your nose, mouth and chin. Masks must be affixed prior to arrival at the main entry gate. For more information, please click here.

Prior to Arrival

Those who feel ill or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be admitted to the Sentry Tournament of Champions. For more information on symptoms and procedures for those experiencing them, please visit the CDC’s website, which can be found here.


Upon arrival to the event, each guest will be subject to a thermal screening and health questionnaire. Once guests receive an admissible result, they will proceed through standard security checks and bag search in a safe and socially distant manner.

Ticketing Admissions

Guests are required to present a valid ticket to enter tournament grounds via contactless admissions process. Guests will proceed through the gates once a valid scan has been registered. Please practice social distancing when queuing for entry and wear your mask at all times. For full PGA TOUR Ticket Terms, click here.

Will Call

Limited will call may be available at PGA TOUR tournaments. Guests are required to social distance and wear masks when queuing for will call and ticket resolution. Guests are strongly encouraged to distribute tickets, digital or otherwise, in advance of the tournament so as to minimize will call interaction. For more information on will call at your local event, please visit the tournament website.

Signage & Guidelines

Guests will notice increased safety signage throughout the golf course, as well as visual and verbal reminders of safe behavior guidelines and Code of Conduct that must be adhered to while on-site. Failure to comply with any posted or verbal guidelines may result in consequential action, including expulsion from the tournament grounds.


PGA TOUR tournaments will have enhanced sanitization protocols in place to ensure all areas are routinely cleaned and sanitized. Sanitization and handwashing are encouraged throughout your time on-site. Guests are permitted to bring their own sanitizer from home.


Our PGA TOUR Players can’t wait to see guests back on-site but please understand, for the health and safety of everyone on property, no handshakes, fist bumps, or autographs are permitted at this time. Please respect their space and watch your distance.


For any questions related to attending your local PGA TOUR event (including tickets, refunds, rain checks, parking/rideshare, or spectator information) please visit the tournament website.

Prohibited Items

Click here to view PGA TOUR Prohibited Items policy

Feeling Ill On-site

If you begin to feel ill or have symptoms after arrival at the event, go directly to a First Aid tent. Medical professionals are ready to assist you in accordance with their COVID-19 protocols.

The Final Putt

Once the final putt drops, please exit the tournament venue safely and patiently, while keeping socially distant from others.